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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2012

* Video: Dutchman Flaps His Arms And Flies >>
* Superfast laser camera peers around corners >>
* Elon Musk and Spacex work put $500,000 per person trips to Mars for 2023 to 2028 >>

* Boeing’s SUGAR Freeze: a natural gas powered jet for 2045 >>
* NASA may use Space Station to simulate 500-day Mars mission >>

* Robotic jellyfish may never run out of energy >>
* Interstellar Space: Uses of the Medium >>
* Jürgen Schmidhuber – When creative machines overtake man >>

* 3D-Printed Circuit Boards >>
* Robotics Trends for 2012 >>
* All The Video From London Web Summit >>

* What is the Future of Artificial Intelligence? >>
* As Nuclear Reactors Age, Funds to Close Them Lag >>
* One-Minute Physics: Why Einstein rotated time >>

* The Stanford Education Experiment Could Change Higher Learning Forever >>
* How to build a Dyson sphere in five (relatively) easy steps >>
* DARPA wants the ultimate sensor network to monitor the vast Arctic >>

* New Discovery: Cosmic Effect that Shapes Large-Scale Structure of the Universe >>
* US Nuke Control Systems Are “Under Constant Attack”; 10 MILLION times a day. >>
* Measuring the Universe using motion of galaxy clusters >>

* Would You Buy A Drone To Walk Your Child To School? >>
* 50 Most-Anticipated Films of 2012 >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson to host tonight’s Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate >>

* Nanotherapy: Treating deadly brain tumors by delivering big radiation with tiny tools >>
* Photo Treat: Enceladus, Titan and Saturn’s Rings >>
* Dark Matter Mapped in Multi-Dimensions | Video >>

* Laser writer makes graphene supercapacitors >>
* Solar cell turns windows into generators >>
* First Ever Geologic Map of Io: 425 Volcanoes, No Craters >>

* Astronomers Discover Rectangular Galaxy >>
* First step toward creating a 3D artificial brain >>
* NASA’s new ‘Earth Now’ app visualizes global climate data >>

* Nuclear fusion simulation shows high-gain energy output of 100 to 1000 times input current >>

* Super-Earth unlikely able to transfer life to other planets >>
* Breakthrough Opens Door for 60TB Hard Drives [Storage] >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 March 2012 >>

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